If he really is using only those two lines, then yes, it explains some of his error. The header lines are what tells the server what page you're looking for on stream.twitter.com.
-Joel On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 1:33 PM, Joseph Cheek <jos...@cheek.com> wrote: > > are you really just opening stream.twitter.org? Normally you would want > to open http://stream.twitter.org/path/to/url.xml... > > Joseph Cheek > jos...@cheek.com, www.cheek.com > twitter: http://twitter.com/cheekdotcom > > > > John Kalucki wrote: > > You can set both the track and follow parameters when using the /1/ > > statuses/filter URL. > > > > Best practices around changing your predicate: > > > http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Streaming-API-Documentation#UpdatingFilterPredicates > > > > I can't answer PHP questions, sorry. > > > > -John Kalucki > > http://twitter.com/jkalucki > > Services, Twitter Inc. > > > > > > On Aug 31, 12:32 pm, Polymatheus <world.mo...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > >> I've used the code above to start streaming and then dumping the > >> output to a text file every hour to process later. There are a few > >> things I want to clarify, > >> > >> 1) How can the above script be amended to show both follow and track? > >> Is this possible? > >> 2) If I opened a stream to follow 10 users and then a further 5 users > >> joined my site, would I have to close the first stream then open a new > >> stream for the 15 follows? Or just a second stream with the additional > >> 5 users? The second approach reduce the chance of tweets being lost > >> between closing and opening a new stream. > >> 3) I can't seem to close a stream that I opened using the sample code > >> above, I have tried changing the file to simply say: > >> > >> $fp = fsockopen("stream.twitter.com", 80, $errno, $errstr, 10); > >> fclose($fp); > >> > >> But it doesn't appear to work :/ > >> > >> Thanks in advance > >> > >> > >